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Graphcore IPU Machine M2000 With Heatsink

Graphcore Celebrates a Stunning Loss at MLPerf Training v1.0

We dig into the strange case where Graphcore celebrated a stunning performance and price/ performance loss to NVIDIA in MLPerf Training v1.0
Habana Labs Gaudi HLS 1 OAM System

MLPerf Training v1.0 Results Still NVIDIA Led but with 500W NVIDIA...

MLPerf Training v1.0 again is primarily a NVIDIA benchmarking exercise but we see a few other interesting results in the mix
Tesla Supermicro NVIDIA A100 Cluster June 2021

Tesla Supercomputer with NVIDIA A100 80GB and Perhaps Supermicro Shown

We get a glimpse of the Tesla supercomputer powered by NVIDIA A100 80GB GPUs behind the company's autonomous driving, and guess the servers

Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR 1U 1P Intel Xeon Server Review

The Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR balances cost optimization while still providing a fairly robust 1U single-socket Intel Xeon Ice Lake server

IDC 1Q21 Server Tracker Dell Losing Ground while HPE and Lenovo...

In the IDC 1Q21 Quarterly Server Tracker, Dell loses major ground while HPE and Lenovo grow units, revenue, and ASPs

Supermicro Liquid Cooling Portfolio Launched

The new Supermicro liquid cooling solution is designed to keep the next generation of processors and accelerators cool as power needs rise

Supermicro AS-1024US-TRT Review 1U Ultra AMD EPYC 7003 Server

In our Supermicro AS-1024US-TRT review, we show the dual AMD EPYC 7003 "Milan" server's features and why the server has this unique design

Supermicro X12 Offers an Armada of Intel Xeon Ice Lake Servers

The Supermicro X12 generation encompasses over 100 new server models supporting the new 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Ice Lake CPUs

Supermicro X12SCA-F Review Intel Xeon W-1200 Motherboard

In our Supermicro X12SCA-F review, we see how this Intel Xeon W-1200 series motherboard straddles workstation and server domains

Supermicro Launches AMD EPYC 7003 Series Milan Servers

Supermicro has a line of AMD EPYC 7003 series "Milan" servers ranging from its standard offerings to the new 2U 2-node GPU compute server